The fox Poncho liner is made of 100 percent ripstop material. Can be used as a liner for a Poncho or is ideal for use as a blanket or to provide insulation from the ground.
Not the real deal.
Being on Active Duty for nearly 10 years, I was always issued one of these items. i just recently purchased one and now I will have to purchase another one. My Kitty Cats love these Pancho Liners ! Bottom line is that they are great to have ! They will keep you warm.
This poncho liner is ok. i should have read the title though where it says "military style." Definately not GI. The tag says "made in china." The insulation is a little thin and the stitching is not the best work; it skips a few inches every so often. The gaps between some sections of the thread and the woobie itself are big enough to stick my pinky through. It was the cheapest option for poncho liners so this liner will do, as i'm just using it as an under quilt for a hammock. Look for DIY instructions on youtube if that's what you're buying it for.
It’s the perfect packable blanket or hammock under quilt. It’s warm, light weight, and the ties around the outside make it perfect to hang around or on anything.
Had a few of these while in the military and after I got out, great to have in my vehicle for "just incase".
This is the best piece of military gear you can find.
Poncho liners, or "woobies" are great just to have around. I have one near the couch for watching TV, and I pack them in the emergency/winter kit in each of our cars. HOWEVER, these are a cheaper version of what the U.S. military uses, and they are not as durable nor do they seem quite as insulative. I think the military-issue woobie I currently have has probably lasted me about nine years, and it's been put through some hard use a few times. However, one of the ones I ordered from here fell apart the first time I put it in the washing machine. Afterward, I read the tag and noticed it's supposed to be handwashed only. Never had that problem with my GI-issue woobie. Anyway, I think these are fine for limited use like packing in an emergency kit, but I wouldn't expect it to hold up to regular use, like camping or hiking, and I'm guessing it would disintegrate with any rigorous use.
Bought two of them. Loved these things when I was in the MIL and had to make sure I got one again. Second one was claimed by my kid :)